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British American Tobacco South Africa says that the proposed excise duty on vaping products should be imposed on all “actors” equally to ensure fair competition and an equal playing field for all participants – however, prices would rise, it warned.

Speaking at a standing committee on finance, the tobacco giant represented by Dane Mouyis said that according to its own data, electronic vaping products account for less than 0.5% of the entire nicotine product market of South Africa.